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    LOL Halla, seriously, I'd have your ass for that too

    We somehow always sorta skip past Valentines or like do dinner at most. It's hard to buy a guy a romantic gift he actually likes
    plus, I find anniversaries more important as it is more personal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theaferist View Post
    I'm from Europe, honey! I can even drink from the age of 16, unfortunately...
    I'm half German, was born there, and lived there during childhood.
    Europeans are supposed to be nymphomaniacs.
    Are you sure you're not Canadian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I'm half German, was born there, and lived there during childhood.
    Europeans are supposed to be nymphomaniacs.
    Are you sure you're not Canadian?
    Yeah it's pretty much a district of low morality
    The only thing that I share with Canadians is the love of watching ice-hockey
    Oh yeah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theaferist View Post
    Yeah it's pretty much a district of low morality
    The only thing that I share with Canadians is the love of watching ice-hockey
    I don't equate sexuality with morality.
    Sex is awesome. Love is awesome.
    There's nothing immoral about having great sex!

    Alot of America's "morality" is two-faced.

    The preacher tells the flock to abstain if single, and be faithful if married, and then screws the choir director in the kitchen after mass while his wife drives some old ladies home.

    I'm not one to push morals on people, so long as they are behaving in a kind and decent manner. Don't hurt people, don't destroy property, and if you are going to do anything freaky, then do it behind closed doors and don't expose unconsenting others, especially minors to your taboos. That's not hard to do. That seemed to be Europe's attitude to me. Am I wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I don't equate sexuality with morality.
    Sex is awesome. Love is awesome.
    There's nothing immoral about having great sex!

    Alot of America's "morality" is two-faced.

    The preacher tells the flock to abstain if single, and be faithful if married, and then screws the choir director in the kitchen after mass while his wife drives some old ladies home.

    I'm not one to push morals on people, so long as they are behaving in a kind and decent manner. Don't hurt people, don't destroy property, and if you are going to do anything freaky, then do it behind closed doors and don't expose unconsenting others, especially minors to your taboos. That's not hard to do. That seemed to be Europe's attitude to me. Am I wrong?

    P.S. Hockey ROCKS!!!
    According to the church rules, it's immoral to have sex once you're not married.

    Well the story about the priest is pretty sad, smth is probably wrong with his marriage life and morality, I guess.

    No, you're right. I just meant that Europeans often may have pretty relaxed and open minded attitude towards sex and alcohol in overall and especially for young people/teenagers. My guess is that it's because Europeans are probably the least religious people in the world. And I also think ther may be a difference between what Europeans and fx Americans consider as freaky.
    Oh yeah?

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    I would totally rock that scenario if, instead of a Moon Pie, there was a heart-shaped cherry lollipop (they are taaassty!). Everything would be smoothed over then.

    Damn. I don't think i can come up with anything. I'm too much of a romantic and a cheap date at the same time :blushing:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    LOL Halla, seriously, I'd have your ass for that too

    We somehow always sorta skip past Valentines or like do dinner at most. It's hard to buy a guy a romantic gift he actually likes
    plus, I find anniversaries more important as it is more personal.
    You could always wrap yourself in a semi revealing/semi hidden fashion It makes it so hard to decide whether I want to unwrap or enjoy the view.
    Im out, its been fun

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    nose hair clippers

    Or a voucher for a bikini wax (some men really know how to say it)

    Never received any of the above, although I once sent a spoof card to my deepest love

    I love you as much as....
    Isel meidicated toilet paper, and fullfy kittens with bows on thier necks, underpants with skid marks etc, etc.... v funny

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    Nice!

    I'll add mine. For my husband:

    A candle-light (pink and white candles) dinner (with expensive, delicately tasting and definitely not enough food), a present wrapped in paper with red hearts (something romantic, with "romantic" defined as "smaller than usual, fluffy, red and useless"), and an expectant stare from me (wanting a romantic present from him). All this without laughing or doing something absurd once (must...keep...Ne...down...).

    Result: husband abandons this Tamske look-alike and goes to police in search for the real one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Nice!

    I'll add mine. For my husband:

    A candle-light (pink and white candles) dinner (with expensive, delicately tasting and definitely not enough food), a present wrapped in paper with red hearts (something romantic, with "romantic" defined as "smaller than usual, fluffy, red and useless"), and an expectant stare from me (wanting a romantic present from him). All this without laughing or doing something absurd once (must...keep...Ne...down...).

    Result: husband abandons this Tamske look-alike and goes to police in search for the real one
    OMG, you seriously just posted the female equivalent of my Valentine's nightmare! :horor: I would be so confused if my wife pulled that on me. You ENTPs are wicked, the "E" in your case is for "Evil."
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